The Nuki Opener turns your existing intercom into a smart door opener. It was designed for DIY installation in your home. Together with the Nuki Smart Lock, the comprehensive access system allows completely keyless access from the road to your living room.
Available from: summer 2019
Control your intercom with your smartphone
The Nuki Opener is the smart retrofit solution for your existing intercom and allows you to control it via an app – of course, also when you’re on the go!
Access also possible without a smartphone
By pressing the button on the Nuki Opener, you activate a set period during which the street door can be opened by simply ringing your bell – completely without the use of a smartphone.
The Nuki Opener is operated by four AAA batteries; no power is drawn from the building system. This prevents power theft and you can also install the Nuki Opener without your landlord’s approval.
In two steps, you can discover whether your intercom is ready to be upgraded and whether your can install the Nuki Opener in your home.
Congratulations!Your intercom should be compatible with the Nuki Opener.
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Unfortunately, we cannot make any exact statements about your intercom model at the moment. You can send a picture of your intercom to firstname.lastname@example.org for further support. It would be helpful if you could take photographs of both the inside and outside of your intercom. The photos should clearly show the model description and the main board.
It's really easy to find out your intercom's model number
Your intercom's model number is usually indicated on the main board. Don't worry! The intercom can be opened in a few simple steps to reveal the model number.
The housing of the intercom is usually merely clipped on. To remove it, carefully push a screwdriver into the hole at the bottom of the housing and lift the housing upwards.
You don't need to touch the receiver.
If the housing is screwed tight, first loosen the screws.
Now you should see the main board and be able to read the printed model description.